By Charlaine Harris
Sleepless nights, a cross-country chase and a brief stint at motherhood flip Aurora Teagarden's lifestyles the other way up. whilst her husband's niece Regina indicates up unannounced on their doorstep with a toddler and a mystery, Aurora's perpetual interest leaps into overdrive -- particularly whilst the physique of the girl's husband is located ax murdered in her personal yard.
Regina flees the scene, and Aurora is left retaining the child, being affected by the intricacies of bottles, diapers -- and a secret. What used to be Regina working from? Why used to be her husband murdered? The solutions are hidden again in Ohio, and that's simply the place Aurora is going, husband, child and all. yet Regina's secrets and techniques are very harmful and Aurora walks correct into them -- a lot to her personal peril.
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Additional info for A Fool and His Honey (Aurora Teagarden Mysteries, Book 6)
It had started with Madeleine deciding Martin’s Mercedes was her basking site of choice, especially when the ground was muddy and she could leave some nice footprints on the hood and windshield. Martin had retaliated by parking the Mercedes in the garage and closing the door every night. Since it was then her move in their little game, Madeleine (who ordinarily couldn’t be bothered) caught a mouse, decapitated the rodent, and put the corpse in Martin’s shoe. Then Martin . . well, you get the idea.
The only area not visible from my position by the door was the floor on the far side of the bed. And that was where the sound was coming from. I went around the bed, reasoning with one part of my mind that nothing could be worse than what I had already seen. The floor was empty, but the folds of the quilted paisley bedspread were moving, down at the carpet level. I dropped to my knees and bent over. Holding my breath, I lifted the skirt of the bedspread. Under the bed, kicking his legs and waving his hands, was the baby.
So Regina’s car was missing, and Regina wasn’t anywhere in the apartment. * * * I was certainly thinking without clarity. At first, I thought the baby’s presence and wellness were good news. And they were good news, of course, but they were only part of Martin’s concern. When I came to the top of the stairs and called down to him that the baby was fine but Regina was gone, the look on his face reminded me that someone had murdered the young man on the stairs, and the vanished Regina was by far the most likely person to have wielded the hatchet.